from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. very rare: Simple past tense and past participle of pill.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Stripped of hair; scant of hair; bald.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Stripped of hair; bald.
- Having scanty hair.
- Threadbare; hence, forlorn.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Because we saw like an onion that his skin pilled off and we saw who he really is.
Lord Henry Seymour would be "pilled" to-day by a probably unanimous vote.
I can relate some real horror stories about when my Dad was in practice - internal medicine - when he encountered people that "pilled" their children to avoid disease by feeding them penicillin and sulfa drugs.
She must have been too pilled up to even be able to think
Personalized jewelry and accessories are meaningful gifts that grads will cherish forever, even after that alma mater sweatshirt is stretched and pilled.
I took a five gallon bucket and pilled some branches around me for a make shift ground blind, on my third hunt this buck walked right up next to me at 5 yards away.
If you are going justify increased taxes I would humbly suggest the county tie it to something heroic sounding like "we will protect widows and orphans from rampaging packs of pilled-up hillbillies."
Lawyers representing victims' families and survivors pilled into the courtroom for the Friday session.
Now, every sweater that I own is $89 cashmere, vaguely-soft and and badly pilled.
Brooks told detectives at the 6th Precinct, where he was taken after his arrest, that Cachay was too "pilled out" to get up the stairs at SoHo House without assistance, and to sign-in at the front desk of the members-only hotel, according court documents.